One Museum Mile is 50 percent sold

TRD New York /
Feb.February 13, 2013 12:00 PM

Harlem’s 113-unit condominium tower, dubbed One Museum Mile, has reached the half way mark, with 50 percent of its units closed or in contract, according to Core, the brokerage handling sales. Located at 1280 Fifth Avenue, the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building has seen sale prices ranging from $650,000 for a studio to nearly $4.4 million for a four-bedroom unit, according to Streeteasy.com data.

“One Museum Mile has achieved success with New Yorkers as well as international buyers who are looking for good value on Fifth Avenue,” CORE CEO Shaun Osher said. “They have been drawn not only to the building’s prestigious location on Central Park, but also its superb architecture, amenities and modern interior design.”

The building is composed of 838-square-foot studios, two-bedroom apartments from 1,284 square feet to 1,699 square feet, and three-bedrooms up to 2,118 square feet. The building does also feature combination options, such as a 3,619-square-foot, six-bedroom unit and a 4,963-square-foot eight-bedroom unit. Amenities include 24-hour concierge service, a roof terrace, rooftop pool, Central Park views and a residents’ lounge with fireplace. —Christopher Cameron


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